A Life of ReinventioneBook - 2011
"Up, you mighty race" : 1925-1941
The legend of Detroit Red : 1941-January 1946
Becoming "X" : January 1946-August 1952
"They don't come like the minister" : August 1952-May 1957
"Brother, a minister has to be married" : May 1957-March 1959
"The hate that hate produced" : March 1959-January 1961
"As sure as God made green apples" : January 1961-May 1962
From prayer to protest : May 1962-March 1963
"He was developing too fast" : April-November 1963
"The chickens coming home to roost" : December 1, 1963-March 12, 1964
An epiphany in the Hajj : March 12-May 21, 1964
"Do something about Malcolm X" : May 21-July 11, 1964
"In the struggle for dignity" : July 11-November 24, 1964
"Such a man is worthy of death" : November 24, 1964-February 14, 1965
Death comes on time : February 14-February 21, 1965
Life after death
Reflections on a revolutionary vision.
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A well written although sometimes lengthy account of Malcolm X. The author adds in his observations and interpretations of certain events concerning the life of Malcolm X to give a full telling of his life. Malcolm came from humble beginnings fraught with a broken home and criminal activity. After serving jail time for robbery, he turned to the Nation Of Islam and became a rising star and disciple of Elijah Mohamed.
NOI sought an independent state for black people which Malcolm eventually rejected as he embraced Sunni Islam which was not race based. He broke with NOI after being suspended for making political statements about the Kennedy assassination contrary to the NOI doctrine, and formed the Muslim Mosque. He was assassinated in 1965.
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